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. but a tip from an "america's most wanted" viewer led to his arrest. merhige faces four counts of murder for the deaths of his twin sisters, his cousin's 6-year-old daughter, and her grandmother. >>> coming up at the bottom of the hour on msnbc, we'll talk with jim and muriel sitton, whose 6-year-old daughter, makayla, was killed in that attack, and also to jim walsh of american's most wanted. >>> investigators are still trying to determine what caused a deadly crash at a fast food restaurant near san diego. an elderly customer was killed when a driver lost control of his car and crashed right through the front of a carl's junior. the driver was not seriously hurt. >>> straight ahead on msnbc this hour, guidebook to heroin. we'll tell you about a controversial new drug program hitting new york city. and then stepping up the fight against al qaeda. how much a new effort in yemen could end up costing you. >>> plus, commerce secretary gary locke will join us live in the studio. he'll tell us all about the new campaign to make sure you're counted this year. doesn't mean hungry gets to be in
's happening out there in middle america for democrats. >> and i think the climate shows frustration with both parties and with washington. and that really opens the door for some potential new political dynamics to come into play. >> it's going to be a fascinating year. lots for you guys to talk about early in the morning when i'm on the treadmill. congratulations for your book, by the way. >> thank you so much. >> thank you both. >> thanks, chris. >>> senator dodd is expected, as we said, to make that announcement at a noontime press conference and we will have that for you live. next hour, we'll talk with republican challenger in this race, former congressman, rob simmons. >>> we have breaking news this morning from the pakistan border, where 13 people have been killed by u.s. missiles. local officials say the first struck a house, the second struck the same site as locals were retrieving bodies from the rubble. according to nbc, a third missile has also been fired in the area, but there's no word on the target or any casualties. >>> now, a number of developing stories we're following this
the finger at himself, vowing to fix america's broken intelligence system. we'll all notice the changes. >> the buck stops with me. and when the system fails, it is my responsibility. >>> breaking news, more americans losing their jobs. we'll crunch the new numbers just in, talk about what it means if you're searching for work. >>> and developing weather trouble, all over the country, including this icy 27-car pileup in atlanta and a snowstorm in the northeast. and it looks like the doom and gloom on the weather front will stay with us for the near future. let's begin this hour, though, with some breaking news from new york city. two queensman have been arrested for their ties to an al qaeda terror plot. investigators believe they're connected to najibullah zazi, who's in custody himself for allegedly plotting to bomb the new york subway system. now we're watching for the official announcement, the charges against 25-year-old adiaz ma gene, and aryan amed zai. investigators believe they have deep ties to zazi, traveling with him to an al qaeda camp in 2008. federal agents raided medjano
that airlines and airports worldwide follow america's lead and tighten security in the wake of the christmas day terror plot. but one day after those rules were set to begin, officials in several countries admit that not much has changed. nbc's tom aspell is live for us in london. tom, do we have a sense now which countries are ramping up security and which haven't done it yet? >> well, judging by the delays in u.s.-bound plights, it seems that most european countries are doing their best to comply with the new rules, but travelers from irya and libya say not much has changed. the obama administration has said enhanced screening technologies, full-body pat down searches, searches of carry-on bags, and full body scanning and scanning for explosive detection should be required for u.s.-bound flights for 14 countries, countries of interest, and will be required from now on, but many airports aren't equipped to do all that. some european governments say they'll review all the rules before stepping up the measurements they have in place. some governments are unhappy about being singled out, saudi ara
's something that a lot of us have fought for for decades now, to make america join a family of nations that guarantee health insurance for its people. it's a fundamental right. it's something we ought to have in this country. it's a disgrace we haven't had it. and we've got to move forward and get it done. and having vicki kennedy out there, i think, is a good way to remind americans what's at stake. >> do you think that health care may be one of the issues that's essentially putting a drag on the democrats' politically? i mean, you can argue it's great policy, but in terms of the politics, it certainly seems as if a number of democrats are struggling. and i wonder how much the general sort of atmosphere right now, in your mind, contributed to byron dorgan and chris dodd deciding not to seek re-election. >> well, i want to say a couple quick things about that. number one, first of all, it's a huge loss to the country. chris dodd, probably as smart and as knowledgeable as senators we've got in washington. someone who's willing to take bold stands. byron dorgan, one of the few people who
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